Re: καταστησω and καταστήσω
Posted: March 16th, 2014, 4:11 am
Almost, but not quite. Their translation is actually "I will make (thee/you) ruler."Mike Burke wrote:I consulted the KJV and the NKJV.Stephen Carlson wrote:Which translations have you consulted? The most common ones (NRSV, NIV, etc.) have "I will put (you) in charge" or something like that.Mike Burke wrote:The biblical word (καταστησω) seems to be translated "make" (or "I will make") in Matthew 25:21&23.?
They both have "I will make."
That's because καταστήσω is future and futures are relatively uncommon. But that's really irrelevant to what the verb means. The modern Greek καταστησω is not a future but a subjunctive, which may be why it seems more common.Mike Burke wrote:Thank you, but the form of this verb that we're discussing here doesn't seem to be that common.Stephen Carlson wrote:For the meaning of this common verb in Ancient Greek, you can consult the entry in a lexicon here: http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/lsj/#eid=5 ... rom-search
I went to the link you gave me, and καταστησω isn't listed or discussed, and it's not used in any of the examples given.
No, it should be available to all.Mike Burke wrote:Do you have to register and log in (and do you have to be a student or faculty member to register?)Stephen Carlson wrote:...you can consult the entry in a lexicon here: http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/lsj/#eid=5 ... rom-search